This allows us to give our readers precise buy and sell prices based on the behavior of each stock or commodity, rather than using guesswork or untested speculation.
Coeur d'Alene, ID (PRWEB) August 31, 2013
Harris-Mann Climatology is a long-range forecasting and commodity advisory service that initially specialized in providing state of the art weather analysis for the agricultural community involved in trading the futures market.
The company has discounted its long-range forecasting and commodity advisory service. If one orders this service for one year, the price is discounted to $119 through September 30.
Harris-Mann Climatology is also planning to add weekly Internet radio-type programs that allow the subscriber to ask important questions relating to long-range weather plus futures and stock forecasts.
In the past couple of years Harris-Mann Climatology has added Meteorologist and 32 year trader Tom Loffman to its staff. Loffman takes a strictly mathematical approach to his stock and commodity market price forecasts, Tom calls it, “an approach similar to numerical weather forecasting.”
With the increasing power of personal computers and the Internet, investors and traders, both amateur and professional have been increasing their use of computer programs in an attempt to gain an advantage in the various stock, futures and bond markets. And yet, it is obvious by watching the various daily stock market programs, that the markets move with the news on a minute by minute basis.
According to Mr. Loffman, “This allows us to give our readers precise buy and sell prices based on the behavior of each stock or commodity, rather than using guesswork or untested speculation.”
Harris-Mann Climatology also provides detailed monthly weather forecasts for thousands cities across the globe.